The Bay Area Chapter of the Sierra Club has weighed in on the lethal National Park Service policy of keeping hundreds of rare, wild Tule elk inside a compound lacking adequate food & water.
Any zoo doing this, keeping animals from food & water, would be charged with criminal animal abuse. Only an outraged public can force the federal policy change needed to save these Tule elk from extermination – – again:
Written by retired Dept. of Interior attorney, Jim Coda. June 4, 2021.
EXCERPT: …tule elk are held captive behind an 8-foot-tall, woven-wire fence. 254 individual elk (47% of the population) died there during the 2012-2015 drought while the wild, free-roaming Drakes Beach and Limantour herds increased. We are now in another drought. The Seashore allowed another 152 elk to die in the Tomales Point enclosure last year.
LEARN MORE about the plight of the wild Tule elk being killed by brutal, disturbing National Park Service policies, and how you can help: http://www.TreeSpiritProject.com/elk